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Celebrating fathers

For over 100 years, on the third Sunday of June, American families have honored fathers. For many of us, that definition includes stepfathers and fathers-in-law and, sometimes, just really good friends who step into the role of father simply through their influence on our lives.

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Alzheimer’s awareness

Alzheimer’s disease is the only leading cause of death in the U.S. without a way to prevent, cure or even slow its progression. There is an urgent need to increase our nation’s awareness and investment in Alzheimer’s research funding.

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A true apology is needed

Just when we think we have seen everything the liberals can throw out, they top their last action in grand style. I am referring to the recent, disgusting video put out by the comedienne/actress Kathy Griffin.

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Medicare not a Ponzi scheme?

Social Security and Medicare bear a resemblance to a Ponzi scheme in that they generate returns for older investors [retired Social Security and Medicare beneficiaries] by acquiring new investors through forced taxation [taxpayers].

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In response to food shaming

Recent stories and apologies about the Rockwood School District’s food shaming incident have really offended me. How much do struggling families have to give up so everyone can be treated the same?

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